Just wanted to pass along some reminders and clarifications concerning church tomorrow. Our service times are still 9AM for masks required and 11AM for masks recommended. There has been some confusion about age breakdowns for each service.
The 9AM service has been masks required so that senior citizens 60 and older and those with concerning health risks have a cleaner, safer option to attend. However, there are several younger folks coming at 9AM for various reasons like sitting with family. Similarly, there are some in the older age bracket that are coming at 11AM because they don't feel at risk or they prefer not to wear masks. All this is fine!
The age breakdowns are not as important as the masks or no masks guidelines. If you are older and would like to attend the 11AM service, that is perfectly fine. If the 9AM service works best for you, feel free to come if you wear a mask.
The only issue this may cause is a much higher attendance at the 11AM service. We were very close to capacity with social distancing at the second service and may need to use the overflow room if necessary. In light of that, if you are willing to attend the 9AM service and wear a mask, I would appreciate it and it would help our attendance concerns for the second service.
Thank you for your help and understanding. We are monitoring all this very closely and our task force is meeting again Monday night to discuss additional matters concerning church and re-opening other ministries and programs. This has been a very challenging time for all of us and I thank you for your grace and patience as we deal with unprecedented decisions. I am eager to worship again as one, unified church body.
Finally, because of Father's Day, there will be no recorded video for tomorrow evening nor will there by any Zoom Bible class for the younger couples that are involved in that.
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